NBP E-mail Directory

From: Mike Freeman (mikef@pacifier.com)
Date: Tue Sep 26 1995 - 13:18:25 PDT


I'm sure you've all seen this notice somewhere in cyberspace -- I first
saw it on NFB-net. It concerns an E-mail directory of blind persons and
blind organizations to be published by the National Braille Press (NBP).
Methinks that we all ought to put our names in as we are a valuable
resource; those of us who are on R&D should indicate so and Curtis/John
should indicate their respective division presidencies. Brian Buhrow
should indicate he's Chair of R&D. Methinks NFB.ORG, BLIND.ORG and
NFBCAL.ORG should also be listed.

I reproduce the notice as it appeared on NFB-net:

      To: Users Message #: 4
    From: Al Gayzagian Submitted: 31 Jul 95 20:38:00
 Subject: NBP directory Status: Public
Received: No Group: General (1)

>From dcroft@world.std.com Sat Jul 22 09:14:24 1995
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 1995 16:23:18 +0059 (EDT)
From: Diane L Croft <dcroft@world.std.com>
To: Al Gayzagian <algayz@world.std.com>
Subject: Re: release to the magazines

Press Release

National Braille Press
Date: Mon, July 17, 1995
Release: Immediately
From: Diane Croft, Director of Marketing

BOSTON: National Braille Press is compiling an e-mail directory of blind
individuals and blindness organizations. To be listed in
the directory,free of charge, send your e-mail address
along with your name, the name of your organization, plus
city, state, and country to:

by October 2, 1995.

The 1996 Blind Community E-mail Directory will be available
for sale in print and braille early next year from National
Braille Press, 88 St. Stephen Street, Boston, MA 02115.


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